Headhunters: How to get headhunted
Now that headhunting is the preferred method of recruitment for the majority of law firms searching for partners and senior level assistants, Dominique Pengelly offers some hints on how to get noticed
Hardly a week goes by without reading in the legal press that yet another senior high-flier has been headhunted by a new firm or organisation. Headhunting is now the preferred method of recruitment for law firms searching for partners and senior level assistants. Instead of passively waiting for the ideal CV to land on their desks, law firms have learned from the US that if you want something, you have to go out and get it.
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